Schleich 15039 Moros Intrepidus
Model Number: Schleich15039
Schleich Dinosaurs Moros Intrepidus
Item no: 15039
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The Moros Intrepidus runs like lightning through the jungle on two legs – always on the hunt. It digs its mighty clawed feet into the ground so that no one can stop it. At the same time, it opens and closes his huge jaws. It looks dangerous even from a distance. Let's get out of here!
The Moros Intrepidus is admittedly much smaller than its relative, the famous Tyrannosaurus Rex. Its legs are only about 1.20 meters long. Nevertheless, it can also be quite dangerous. Its hunger for fresh meat can hardly be satisfied, which is why it’s always hunting. When it discovers its prey it can run faster than almost every other dinosaur. Once it has something in its sharp fangs, it won't let go without a fight. So we'd be better off keeping our distance!